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The Whanganui Regional Museum has a strong national and international reputation, robust relationships with the community and a staff of well-respected and dedicated professionals. The collection held in the Museum is second-to-none, and is the pride of our region. The Museum, in the heart of a well-recognised cultural hub in Whanganui, is renowned for its strength in the arts, culture and heritage. The Museum operates a bi-cultural governance model, which ensures the community is fully represented.

Tūhononga - Museums Aotearoa / Te Papa agreement

22 Sep 2020

Tūhononga o Te Tari o Ngā Whare Taonga o Te Motu me Te Papa Tongarewa

An agreement to establish mutual expectations, commitments and responsibilities and programmes for MA and Te Papa to work together where mutually beneficial. This replaces the earlier MoU signed in 2006.


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The Tauranga Art Gallery is one of New Zealand’s newest and most respected regional public galleries. Since opening a decade ago it has consistently delivered high quality, diverse and exceptional visual art experiences that engage, inspire, challenge and educate.

The gallery’s exhibitions, events and programmes attract more than 60,000 visitors annually and in partnership with other galleries, Tauranga staff curate and have undertaken touring programmes throughout New Zealand and to key locations in Australia.

Webinar recordings from external sources


Below is a list of external organisations regularly holding webinars and posting their recordings.

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Unity Books, Wellington (and Facebook Live)

Museums Aotearoa AGM agenda 2020

7 Jul 2020

Agenda of the twenty-first Annual General Meeting of Museums Aotearoa.